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How To Get My Music Distributed On iTunes Free

Ditto Music is an online digital music distribution service helping you get music on sites like Amazon, iTunes, Spotify and Napster. To launch our new featured artist slot we are giving you a completely free release to iTunes.
The following video tutorial teaches you everything you need to know about getting your own music on iTunes free of charge.



Click here to get your music on iTunes with Ditto Music for free, using the code FREETUNE


Every day this month we are bringing you a new featured artist on the Ditto facebook page. Recently our competitors doubled their prices prompting reports of Tunecore being a scam service.

We know that Ditto Music compare best out of all digital distributors but we want you to try for yourself, and you can, for free!



Todays featured artist is:

Humming Noise


Fresh from recording their debut album (unreleased) with Grammy-winning producers Vance Powell (The

White Stripes, Chris Thile, Buddy Guy) and Mitch Dane (Jars of Clay), Humming House has hit the ground

running. A whirlwind of press has followed as the band had been featured on NPR’s Live in Studio C and

All Things Considered, Nashville’s Lightning 100 local spotlight, and STETSON’s Center Stage artist of

the week.



Gypsy Django by DittoMusicFA



About Ditto Music:
Established in 2005, Ditto Music is the largest independent distributor of digital, mobile, ringtone and video content, supplying hundreds of stores worldwide. In 2007, Ditto was responsible for the first-ever digital only UK top 40 single by an unsigned artist (Koopa). Since then, Ditto's distribution model has been posing a serious threat to the major labels and has produced 11 UK top 40 singles, all with unsigned artists. Ditto Music's roster includes hundreds of unsigned bands, independent labels and some legacy and main stream such as Paul Mccartney, Suzi Quatro, Wiley, Robbie Williams, Finch, Ed Sheeran, Kid British, Grammatics and Fairport Convention.